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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 239819 6-Aug-2018 14:43
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Selling my trusty Azure 651a only due to an upgrade.

 

Details on the amp below, but in summary it is a 2 channel HiFi Amp, great build quality with Audiophile grade components and inbuilt DAC/USB input.

 

Has original box and remote etc and is in excellent condition and full working order.

 

About 3.5 years old and bought locally in NZ

 

Sounds great and drove various speakers I have had with ease.

 

Only 1 minor issue that I can think of is that the remote has signs of usual wear and tear and the remote power button occasionally takes 2 presses to turn the unit on from standby!?

 

Looking for $600 ONO - Pickup only from Auckland.

 

 

 

Full specs:

 

  • 75 watts x 2 channels into 8 ohms (20-20,000 Hz), 0.03% THD at 80% of rated power
  • signal-to-noise ratio: >92 dB
  • toroidal power transformer for low noise and high-current output
  • separate transformer taps for left and right channels, twin rectifiers and separate PSUs for dual mono operation of the left and right power amps
  • 5 RCA line-level analog audio inputs accommodate CD players, tuners, other components
  • front-panel minijack input for connecting a portable music player
  • 2 stereo RCA record outputs
  • 1 stereo RCA preamp output and a dedicated mono subwoofer output
  • connect a turntable with a phono preamp
  • USB input accepts 16-bit, 32/44.1/48kHz signals, no drivers needed for Mac® or Windows® computers
  • infrared control input and control bus input/output for integration into multi-room systems
  • full-size headphone jack
  • remote control
  • 16 15/16"W x 4-5/8"H x 14-5/8"D
  • weight: 18.5 lbs.

 





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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 2069104 7-Aug-2018 08:56
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Morning bump





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  Reply # 2069888 8-Aug-2018 13:51
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Final bump before TradeMe

 


Cheers





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